A report submitted for the 2023 Review of U.S. Compliance with the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights finds U.S. border law enforcement compliance sorely lacking.
Explains the difficulty in achieving accountability for the fatal 2010 beating of a Mexican man by CBP and Border Patrol personnel at the San Ysidro port of entry.
Finds overcrowding, a lack of resources, and violence in the municipality that is the main jumping-off point for migrants en route to the Darién Gap.
Finds that Colombia, Peru, Ecuador and Chile are failing to comply with their obligations under international law to protect those fleeing Venezuela.
The recent evolution of migration through the Darién Gap and the small likelihood that it might end in the near future.
Lays out reasons in favor of the Humanitarian Parole program that the Biden administration has launched for citizens of Cuba, Haiti, Nicaragua, and Venezuela.
Estimates that approximately 11.2 million unauthorized immigrants lived in the United States in 2021, up from 11.0 million in 2019.
Recalls 10 facts that often get overlooked in heated U.S. debates over the border and migration policy.
A situation report, mainly on conditions for asylum seekers, from El Paso and Ciudad Juárez.
Examines trends, challenges, and needs from the donor community to help the Americas assist and integrate migrants from Venezuela.
A 273-page research report about migration trends, policies, and human rights in Mexico in 2021 and 2022.
Examines migration trends in the hemisphere during the second quarter of 2023.
“Globally, children make up around 13 per cent of the migrant population, but they account for 25 per cent of people on the move in Latin America and the Caribbean.”
The platform, coordinated by two UN agencies, offers its latest estimates of Venezuelan migrants living in other states throughout the Americas.